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provided by turfgrasses capable of maintaining green cover, photosynthetic production, and reduced canopy temperatures under combined heat and soil water deficit resulting from summertime landscape irrigation restrictions. Physiological adaptation and

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). Given the impacts of drought, past causes and the possible mechanisms by which drought could occur in the future have received substantial attention. Studies have been implemented to explain tree death during drought from a physiological perspective

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118 ORAL SESSION 36 (Abstr. 269–276) Postharvest Physiology/Fruits

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bermudagrass. Thus, the objective of this study was to investigate the physiological and molecular alteration in wild bermudagrass under cold stress, particularly the changes of transpiration rate, soluble sugar content, enzyme activities, and expression of

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Waterlogging and salinity are common stresses that largely affect turfgrass growth and physiology. Waterlogging reduces soil aeration and leads to oxygen deficiency in the roots. Previous studies showed that growth and physiological responses of

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various biochars and cotton-burr compost on the physiology, growth, and yield of cucumber in a greenhouse substrate container production system and 2) to assess the effect of different substrate combinations on the nutrient concentration of media, plant

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175 ORAL SESSION 51 (Abstr. 362–368) Vegetables: Postharvest Physiology

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environmental and physiological demand ( Wheeler et al., 2019 ). For example, small young plants growing in cooler weather do not require as much water as large plants growing in warmer weather. Plants experience abiotic stress when photosynthesis is constrained

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163 ORAL SESSION 47 (Abstr. 351–357) Postharvest Physiology/Fruits & Nuts (Tropical & Substropical)

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crops ( Abewoy, 2018 ). Several reports investigating the effects of biochar on growth, yield, physiology, and WUE of vegetable crops under deliberate water deficits are available in the literature. Ali et al. (2017) reviewed agricultural production

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